Marking the Moldovan Independence Day, Rabbi Zushe Abelsky met the president of Moldova, Mr. Igor Dadon. Rabbi Abelsky blessed the president with much continued success with his work, especially with all the recent developments in Moldova. The president took great interest in the Jewish community of Moldova.
This past Motzei Shabat (Saturday night), July 1 2017, Ches Tammuz 5777, over 300 Jews gathered in Moldova, remembering Romanian-born American Jewish writer, professor, political activist, Nobel Laureate and Holocaust survivor, Elie Wiesel. Z”l
For the 28th time This year, men, women and children from the cities of Kishinev and Bendery. Gathered together, and marched in a grand Lag B’omer Parade. The parade left from the Chabad synagogue in Kishinev towards the park, where a huge bonfire was lit in honor of Rabbi Shimon Bar Yohai
Hundreds of Jews took part in lavish Passover Seders throughout Moldova, in the capital city of Kishinev and in the Prideniestre Region.